Topic: Voluntary disclosure

Under-staffed and overwhelmed, OFAC grapples with delays

The US sanctions agency is facing criticism from private sector lawyers about its slow response to licensing and enforcement matters.

07 January 2022

FCPA Unit chief clarifies DOJ approach to corporate recidivism

The DOJ official said that the recency of prior misconduct and how a company addressed the causes of that wrongdoing will matter when the department decides what type of corporate settlement to pursue.

09 December 2021

FCA reports latest whistleblowing figures

26 November 2021

RCMP sees steady growth of foreign bribery self-reports

10 November 2021

DOJ enforcement policy changes may discourage self-reporting

Recent changes to the way the DOJ handles corporate settlement agreements may discourage businesses from self-reporting misconduct, defence lawyers said.

09 November 2021

Hong Kong banks urged to tip off authorities for suspected national security law breaches

25 October 2021

NCA plans to boost UK Financial Intelligence Unit's resources

16 September 2021

Ex-FinCEN officials: SEC action undermines US anti-money laundering efforts

A controversial SEC anti-money laundering case brought to the US Supreme Court presents a “unique opportunity to make clear to the courts, regulators, and industry alike” that FinCEN has exclusive authority to enforce the Bank Secrecy Act and its regulations, two former agency officials argue.

24 August 2021

NGO reports Carnival and JustEat over alleged climate disclosure breaches

19 August 2021

Deutsche Bank asset management arm accused of overstating ESG efforts

02 August 2021

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